We have lots of case studies to show how effective our training can be in helping you to both lose weight and improve your muscle mass/tone. Even so, it’s nice to see an example that makes it as far as the national media.
Many of you may be familiar with the cult series “Stranger Things” and in particular, one of its stars Dacre Montgomery or as you may know him by his screen name – Billy Hargrove.
As you’ll see from the attached newspaper item, as a child at school this man had trouble both with his weight and bullying. In our experience, the link between the two is commonplace, with overweight or underweight kids often being the butt of offensive remarks and even physical bullying in school.
There is no doubt that a lot of the reason for his transformation from overweight kid to muscular heartthrob is due to sheer willpower on his part and the steps he took to manage his diet. However, as the above-mentioned article references, we are proud to say he was also one of the many great success stories at WAIMA, where he used our powerful techniques to complete his transformation into the ripped and muscular physique he now holds.
We’d like to take the opportunity here to say “well done” to him and to offer our on-going best wishes for his professional future.
What this means to you
Of course, it’s easy to see the world of stardom as being completely detached from our ordinary lives.
However, the message from the above should be that any of us are capable of improving our appearance and overall body health by appropriately guided training. The techniques we teach and use here will enable you to transform the way you see your body and equally importantly, the way others see it too.
That can be a huge boost to your self-confidence and self-esteem.
Of course, we have no magic bullet for transforming you overnight. Our students need to show the same determination and conviction as Dacre Montgomery demonstrated some years ago.
What we can do though is also to help you to develop the mental disciplines and focus necessary to build your emotional strength to provide a base for the willpower needed to transform your body into something you’re proud of.
So, could you do it? Could you achieve the same transformational results as described in the above news article?
In our experience, the answer is an unqualified YES – providing you go about things in the right way. That doesn’t mean necessarily starving yourself (never a smart idea) or punishing yourself beyond all reasonable endurance either. Individual programmes can be developed for each person depending on their starting point.
However, this seems a good point to stop talking and instead to offer some practical next steps advice.
Why not contact us now to find out more about our portfolio of training and developmental regimes? It could be your first step on the road to transforming your body.